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Meghan Kirkwood: Production Landscape

photograph of a lone lifeless tree in the middle of a lake

Shown: Lake Oahe from #Views from DAPL Series, 2017

February 13 – March 14, 2023
Reception: February 23rd, 4 – 6 p.m.

Meghan Kirkwood is a documentary photographer focused on social injustice Kirkwood’s recent projects include creating a collection of photographs that profile the path of the Dakota Access Pipeline in one of the four states it crosses. The project did not attempt to be comprehensive in nature, but to contribute to a broader context for a politicized topic. The images highlight the physical disruption of the landscape it traverses as well as surrounding environments and together the series examines the ways in which documentary images of land can provide context to current debates related to land-use and natural resource extraction. Kirkwood’s photography has been exhibited throughout the United States, Europe, Mexico, and South Africa.

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